Welcome to Our SCMS 2020 Virtual Exhibit Booth!

We are disappointed that we are not able to attend the Society for Media Studies (SCMS) Annual Conference. We will miss all the great conversations and sense of community. Since the COVID-19 virus has many of us sitting home and practicing social distancing, we thought we’d relocate our booth from the mile-high city to your fingertips via our blog. We invite you to grab a tub of popcorn and settle in to spend the next five days discovering new books with Philip Leventhal, our editor in film and media studies, and Ryan Groendyk, our editor for Wallflower. We also have a great selection of guest posts by our authors, including film recommendations. 

We would also like to invite you to browse our Film, Media, and Journalism Studies catalog and our full list of film and media studies books.

Wednesday, April 1

10 AM EDT  Enter our book giveaway

1 PM EDT Join Philip Leventhal on a tour of our new books from the Film and Culture series

Thursday, April 2

10 AM EDT Read a guest post by Maggie Hennefeld, author of Specters of Slapstick and Silent Film Comediennes

1 PM EDT Continue your tour of new books in film studies with Philip Leventhal

Friday, April 3

10 AM EDT Read a Q&A with Claudia Breger, author of Making Worlds: Affect and Collectivity in Contemporary European Cinema

1 PM EDT Join editor Ryan Groendyk for a conversation about Wallflower, an imprint devoted to cinema and the moving image

Saturday, April 4

10 AM EDT Read a guest post by Nick Jones, author of Spaces Mapped and Monstrous: Digital 3D Cinema and Visual Culture

1 PM EDT View a gallery of images with commentary by Sarah Street and Joshua Yumibe, whose book Chromatic Modernity: Color, Cinema, and Media of the 1920s was awarded The Katherine Singer Kovács Book Award

Sunday, April 5

10 AM EDT Read a guest post by Justin Remes, author of Motion(less) Pictures: The Cinema of Stasis and the forthcoming Absence in Cinema: The Art of Showing Nothing

1 PM EDT Check out new books in film and media studies from Auteur, the Austrian Film Museum, and transcript publishing

4 PM EDT Read a guest post by Sarah Keller, author of Anxious Cinephilia: Pleasure and Peril at the Movies


Although we encourage you to buy from your local bookstores, we are offering a 30 percent conference discount when you order from our website. Use coupon code SCMS20 at checkout to save on our SCMS books on display.

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